Earlier this year we implemented a new taxonomy for categorising the many hundreds of user contributed resources to this site. We need your help to categorise these resources using this taxonomy. Anyone can edit the categories, so if you have a few spare minutes to donate to CAS, please pick a few resources and categorise them.
We have had a huge growth in the number of resources on the site: now over 2000! We need to make sure people can quickly navigate to the resources they need. So we have replaced “sets” with “categories”. These are a hierarchy of classifications for a resource, for example English Curriculum > Key Stage 2 > Programming. Resources can (and almost all should) be in multiple categories. You can then use the filter sidebar on the resource index to select which categories you want to browse. We do have a startup problem though: we need to classify the existing resources into categories!
Until we have classified a decent amount of resources, the browsing interface will be pointless. So if you have created a resource, please take a few minutes to classify them, to help others browse to them easily. Anyone can edit the categories, so if you have a few spare minutes to donate to CAS, please pick a few resources and categorise them. Thank you!